My problem's worse - for me, the mannequin never appeared in the first place! I bought Vlindrel Hall, the player house in Markarth. There is supposed to be a mannequin in the living room once you buy the living room furnishings, as I did before I went inside the house for the first time.
Unfortunately, my living room has the pedestal in the corner where the mannequin should be, but no visible mannequin. Trying to interact with the mannequin by pressing E doesn't work either, so it seems the mannequin truly doesn't exist, or has glitched itself into a place the player cannot reach or see. How might I fix this?
So I've been experimenting with sunken rooms (where the house in general is built on a foundation, but some rooms are built lower on ground level with modular stairs making them accessible from the rest of the house). My house currently has 3 such rooms: Living room Part of the bedroom Study Unfortunately, given that it appears that there's snow on the floor of 2 of these rooms (bedroom and living room), I'm guessing there's a problem with the ceiling. Here's how I built the rooms: Place foundation for the room Build the walls constrainfloorelevation false Remove foundation Place
I have an Xbox in my living room, but all my computer devices are across the house. I don't have a wireless connection and can not get a physical cable long enough to reach Xbox. Is it possible to use the track progress feature on my new Zumba Rush game while offline?
How do I recruit gang members in GTA Vice City? I completed the game 100%, have 200 hp/armor and unlimited ammo already. http://gta.wikia.com/Bodyguards Grand Theft Auto: Vice City In GTA Vice City, bodyguards only become available to the player after receiving 100% Completion of the game. The bodyguards can be found in the living room/bar of the Vercetti Estate. The player can get... in the "living room"... I checked many times. What a let down...
Being the achievement whore that I am, and knowing that others out there are as well, I thought it'd be good to have a centralized place where you can see what you have to do to get them all. Single-Player Achievements These achievements are unlocked in the single player campaign Story-Progression Achievements You will get these achievements just by playing all the way through the single... done in the same room as Drop Box, Ch. 2 Scanned Alone - Stand in a defective turret detector - Fairly self-explanatory once you get to that part of the story; Ch. 5 Schrodinger's Catch - Catch
spawned in the middle of the main corridor (I thought it odd that grass was starting to grow inside), so this has me paranoid that whatever horrors lurk in the night are going to start spawning in my house. I also noticed I can't place my bed, so this is (in my mind) confirming my thoughts that this doesn't count as some place that is "safe". So, I have very minimal supplies right now... approaching this correctly. Generally, to avoid a quick death on the first night out, I dig a cave and put a door on it. That has worked out okay so far, except for the one time I found a natural pocket
I just married Ysolda on Skyrim and now I am living in her place, if I store my items in the chests there will they stay there?
page], while the other allows you to recruit Riekling followers. It has been marked as 'verification needed', so I am asking here to verify if that is correct, and if there are other advantages...In the quest, Retaking Thirsk, you need to help a group of Nords kill all the Rieklings in the Thirsk Mead Hall. While in the quest, The Chief of Thirsk Hall, you need to help the Rieklings in the Thirsk Mead Hall kill all of the aforementioned Nords. This means that I will have to choose a side. What are the advantages and disadvantages of siding with either the Nords or the Rieklings
Ever since 1.04 came out, I've managed to desync the game twice. I'm not 100% sure what I did to cause it in the first place, but when it happens, it looks like this: Symptoms include: Unable to die. The damage I take is fairly significant, but my life never hits 0. I don't die. Unable to move. This is like the previous de-sync issue, where you'd rubberband once you got a certain... as special abilities; it's like it doesn't register at all. Buffs continue to countdown. I can't refresh them (see special abilities above), but they continue to count down as usual. My usual fix
Possible Duplicate: How do I deal with a runaway bride? I married Jenassa and chose to live at her house (I have to live there first then move to one of my own houses to get the Lover's Comfort bonus with her). Since she doesn't have her own house the game sends me to her default location, The Drunken Huntsman. Even the Misc. Quest "Visit your spouse's house" was considered complete when I entered. But I've waited for days using the Wait option as well as traveling in and out of the building and back and forth from Riften, but she's never there. I've checked Whiterun Stables